An Instance of CNN on CNN Violence Leads to a Decisive Winner

An Instance of CNN on CNN Violence Leads to a Decisive Winner
Late Prepper Entrees

AP Photo/Patrick Semansky I thought I was done writing stories that include the phrase “January 6th” in them for a while, but this was just too good not to share, and I promise, the inclusion of January 6th is strictly ancillary.

Yesterday evening, an instance of CNN on CNN violence broke out between Mary Katherine Ham and Andrew Kaczynski. The former is a Republican and analyst for the network, representing one of the few intellectually honest people left over there (if not the only one). The latter runs CNN’s K-File , which is an investigative wing that harasses Trump-supporting grandmas and such.

To understand what happened, we first have to start with Ron DeSantis’ comments on January 6th. Part of those included an assertion by the Florida governor that the Congressional baseball shooting, which gravely injured Steve Scalise while others narrowly escaped with their lives, didn’t get much coverage from the mainstream media. That then led to a snarky response from The New York Times’ Maggie Haberman. It was Haberman whom Ham originally responded to.

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